Taking antibiotics properly: 6 tips for patients
Antibiotics save lives, but they are overused — so much so that experts warn they are already less effective. How do we protect their future use? Here are six tips.
The South ranks No. 1 in the nation for the number of antibiotic prescriptions, many of them unnecessary. The Vanderbilt Antimicrobial Stewardship Program aims to change that.
Pediatric experts give advice on when it's best to go to a walk-in clinic instead of the emergency room.
Within a few weeks of starting daycare, their son came home with RSV, which at…
Have you ever wondered why you can still get a mild case of respiratory infection even after getting the vaccine? Read on for the explanation.
Pediatricians are seeing a surge in RSV cases. Here’s what to know about this seasonal…
Vanderbilt Health is here to help if you or your loved one is feeling sick or has a minor injury. Dozens of locations throughout Middle Tennessee offer convenient hours — and can even bring a provider to you.
Vanderbilt Health OnCall sends a nurse practitioner to you for basic care.
The double-whammy of COVID-19 and influenza will make for an interesting fall and winter. Here’s what you need to know to stay healthy.
A Vanderbilt expert sheds light on the myths surrounding the flu shot, and explains why there’s really no excuse not to get yours this year.
A Q&A with a Vanderbilt pediatric nurse practitioner on how, why and when to get a flu shot this season.
Survey results suggest 75 percent of parents leave the house with the flu — and they're spreading it to others.
Worried about the spread of coronavirus? Here's how to keep you and yours safe.